This book offers the first definitive English-language resource on Chinese business law. Written by an authoritative source, the book accurately describes what the business law is and explains legislative intentions underlying the myriad of law, rules, and regulations. Moreover, it provides the most up-to-date information on law, rules, and regulations and contains accurate predictions of the future legislative trend. It is written for readers across the spectrum of both common law and civil law systems. The author’s experience as expert counsel to Chinese central governmental legislative functions including the State Council Legislative Affairs Office and the expert editor and translator in chief of the national administrative regulations in business and finance, extensive experience of international legal practice and arbitration, and teaching and research experience in international business law and Chinese law will make this book of interest to lawyers, business people, and scholars.
Danling Yu is professor of law, professor of English language and literature at China Foreign Affairs University, and the Director of China Foreign Affairs University Center of International Business Law. She is guest professor of law at the Law School of Renmin University of China LLM degree in Chinese Law. She is on the panel of arbitrators at China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission and a member of the International Chamber of Commerce Commission for Arbitration and ADR. She is admitted to practice law in China and the State of New York.
She received her Juris Doctor degree from Stanford Law School of Stanford University and holds LLB in Chinese law and international law and relations and M.A. in English Language and Literature from China Foreign Affairs University.